"I didn't want to be having those conversations," she said. "I didn't want to be arguing about things that didn't really matter anymore. It's changed. I was there in the beginning when it was something that none of us really even knew what it was. And now it's something that is -- people have a preconceived notion about it and they know what's going to happen."
"I mean, how many charity events can we go to? How many friends can we not support on vacations and how much drama do we want to avoid and then go right into the drama on the vacation. So I just, you know, the time had come."
According to the star, she joined "RHONY" for its inaugural season because she was "broke and didn't have anything to lose." She left after the third year, was enticed back for the seventh season with "a number" she couldn't refuse and had had enough by 2019.
"My sister and I were just talking about this," Paris began. "When we first found out about it, she was like, 'No, I'm not doing it.' And she was just not telling us the truth, basically. So I think my sister and I -- we just love our mom so much, we're so close and that show is just a lot of drama. There's a lot of unnecessary arguments -- drama is what gets ratings and what sells. So we just don't really want our mom being involved in that drama."
"If there was not a pandemic happening right now and she wasn't so bored at home, there's no way that she would have said yes to this."